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Saturday, March 26, 2016

NFL and Hollywood bully Christians

The NFL and Hollywood ares pressuring Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia to veto a proposed law that would protect the religious rights of businesses.

From Fox News:
“NFL policies emphasize tolerance and inclusiveness, and prohibit discrimination based on age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other improper standard,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement. “Whether the laws and regulations of a state and local community are consistent with these policies would be one of the many factors NFL owners may use to evaluate potential Super Bowl host sites.”
Tolerance does not apply to Christians.

And there is this:
In the past week, nearly three-dozen actors, directors and studio companies have threatened to pull out of lucrative projects in Georgia -- a popular filming location dubbed the “Hollywood of the South” -- if Deal signs the bill. The Republican governor has until May 3 to decide whether to do so. 
“I’ll try to act as expeditiously as possible, especially on major pieces of legislation. We don’t have a time frame,” Deal told the Atlanta Journal Constitution Thursday night, referring to the measure.
The bill would allow faith-based organizations to deny services to those who violate their “sincerely held” religious beliefs. It also would let employers retain the right to fire employees not aligned with those beliefs. 
Supporters like Mike Griffin, a pastor and communications representative of the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, say the bill protects religious viewpoints and in turn prevents discrimination against faith-based groups. Griffin told Fox News he believes threats to pull profits from the state are “nothing but fear mongering.” 
Georgia taxpayers subsidize the Hollywood production and Super Bowl. Maybe they would be better off without them.


  1. Most of the time, states lose money when they have film/entertainment credits. Expose Hollywood and the NFL for the hypocrites they are. Make sure their fans know how much they are hated.

  2. Here's hoping the concussion scandal brings down the whole thing. Next: repeal the baseball monopoly.

    1. NFL = Not For Long. The medical issues will eventually force major changes in the game of tackle football at both the professional and amateur levels. In 10 years NFL will probably stand for Now a Flag League.

  3. Going to be interesting if the owner of the Falcons will support the taxpayers who built his stadium

  4. Living in Georgia, I agree 100%. What Atlanta would make on a Super Bowl is overstated and we subsidize Hollywood. I say call their bluff. We don't need the Super Bowl and we don't need Hollywood. As Insty sez, "Repeal the Hollywood tax cuts." I want to see Hollywood abandon their infrastructure they have built in Georgia. This is just like all the liberals threatening to leave the country if a Republican is elected. They never do.

  5. If not for being a Christian Tim Tebow would be a nfl quarterback. He has proven himself to being a winner where ever he played. When you look at all the losing quarterbacks who are around forever and/or signed to long term contracts can you tell me that Tebow is not a better quarterback. See rgiii, johnny football, mark sanchez, etc, etc, etc.

  6. “NFL policies emphasize tolerance and inclusiveness, and prohibit discrimination based on age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, or any other improper standard,”

    Yeah, to the point of making a special deal with the Rams to draft Michael Sam, a low-skilled college athlete no team in the league wanted, but only because he came out as a homosexual. The NFL has bought into the PC agenda of the Gay Mafia, if only for self-protection against retaliatory Left-driven government harassment over the concussion issue. Always with an eye on the dollar, the NFL's tolerance leans way, way Left. It does not for a nanosecond include religious tolerance.

  7. "tolerance and inclusiveness" except for all the major world religions which teach that homosexual behavior is wrong. This is not tolerated nor included as we can see.